My Kitchen Rules judge, Pete Evans has opened up about the devastating effects that last week's storms had on his farm.
The father-of-two took to Instagram to send love to his wife, Nicola Robinson as she looked after the couple's Northern New South Wales farm.
He uploaded a photo of Robinson with one of their horses and captioned the image: "Sending love to my wonderful wife @nutritionmermaid and our loving animals."
Evans' wife also took to Instagram to share the gravity of the situation, uploading a video of the flooding that was endangering their property.
"Down the back of the farm there are almost 500 lovingly planted baby native trees... 🌿😔🙏🏽 #pleasesurvive," she captioned the video.
The Evans farm also endured a loss of power which Robinson documented via Instagram.
"No electricity... no way out... phone bat about to die... We are all safe & my heart is so open... ❤️OM MANI PADME HUM! /react-text #wesitinstillness," she wrote.
After things had returned to normal, Robinson wrote a long message of well wishes to all those "experiencing heartache" in the wake of the storm.
"For three days we've sat together quietly in a space of unconditional trust, acceptance & love, well almost, my lack of sleep kicked in yesterday & I stepped into a few deep puddles of fear, but today we gratefully awoke to the return of electricity & water & a relieving view of a slowly receding flood. We wish to share our heartfelt love, gratitude & well wishes with all those who are experiencing heartache during this rousing upheaval & with all of you who have held us so lovingly in your heart❤️space, right throughout the journey! 🐶🐱🦄🦄🐔🐝👩🏽🌾🙏🏽❤️🌬."
This article originally appeared on WHO.
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